– Your fate is in your own hand: it is up to you to come up with a good word. Your word will have a huge impact on winning or losing.
– Variety: every game is different because the conversation is always based on completely random topics. the curve of the eagle’s beak, Shakespeare writing technique, guitarists’ hair, etc.
– Stress-free: Of course accusations and defenses are important part of the game, but here you are not defending yourself as a person. You are defending a theory, often even if it is a complete absurdity (if you are a MAD). This makes it less painful to be voted off (you can’t die in this game, everyone stays in the game until the last moment).
– Pro plays: The best moments of the game are when you, as a MAD, manage to encrypt your secret genius in a word, or as a MED, you notice the connection between words.
– Laughs: The association and the negotiation of these together brings many funny moments!
We’ve made the game as customizable as possible so that we can play it in so many ways that we haven’t been able to test it all yet. Our favorite variations:
– Drawing: players need to hide associations in pictures.
– Hardcore: two common words at a time. Then MEDs must refer to 2 words, MADs to 3!
– Custom word: the winning team determines the next common word.
– secret role game without random votes (minimum luck factor)
– voting game without dying
– the effects of your decisions are played in funny animation with your own photos and sounds
– 53 language dictionaries
– stimulates humor: The game rewards the funniest, most creative solutions
– infinite replay value, every game is different
– 4-16 players (best: 5-10 players)
– cooperative: teams are playing against each other (2-7 teams)
– high interaction: everyone gets in touch with everyone (but you can stay silent too)
To be honest I’m a boardgame MAD. And this project drove me into total madness. 🙂 In MAD or MED, I mixed my favorite game elements into a new game that aims to provide a more entertaining social experience. We’re constantly refining the game, I have 1000 more ideas, but now we need you! Play and send us your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.